Discussion in 'General Software and Applications' started by David Lake, Apr 22, 2020.
wait for a fixed version of rtx audio. i have same problem and nothing fix it...
Unfortunately this didn't fix this for me and after install only Microphone (NVIDIA RTX Voice) was created in "Audio inputs and outputs".
Works fine my 1080ti, thank you very much for the hack. Seriously why such lies, now i think DLSS 2.0 may be possible with non RTX cards. Nvidia is just blocking them in software.
Can confirm that it works fine with the MX150 in my laptop, driver version 445.87. On the other hand, it does take up about 20% of my GPU usage
Anyone find out how to make it work after restart?
(Apart from cleaning registry and entirely reinstalling every time)
Everyone make sure you are running the latest driver and as I added to the OP I found the driver might be taking a long time to load but if the application still doesn't load after 5-10 minutes there is not much I can do.
Keep in mind this is very new software and is bound to have bugs.
Here is the error log from starting RTXVoice after a restart:
2020-04-23,13:58:26: Logging session started
2020-04-23,13:58:26: App version: v0.5.12.6
2020-04-23,13:58:26: Initializing microphone pipeline.
2020-04-23,13:58:26: Initializing effect
2020-04-23,13:58:37: error in nvAudCapCheckDefaultEndpoint
2020-04-23,13:58:37: NvAFXPLUGIN_InitializeEffect failed.
holy damn this software is insane. working on my 1080Ti fine.
i just did a simple voice recording of me speaking "testing testing" in windows 10 voice recorder app whilst also typing random on my keyboard.
I did two tests 1 with RTXVoice on and one with it off.
The difference is insane, on the recording with RTXVoice enabled I could hear very small clicks but it was 1 or 2 clicks that sounded more like taps, like something hit my mic. But the recording with it turned off is completely different and I can hear every single keystroke.
Nvidia once again at it....
Going to test this with a game and see if it hurts performance as it could do seen as its using the CUDA cores on my 1080Ti but on Turing it would be moved to the tensor cores.
This means the driver is not ready or is not working properly, as I said previously, the driver may be taking a while to load, try starting the NVIDIA RTX Voice program manually after a minute or so.
Don't enable RTXVoice for incoming audio to your speakers/headphones. I just watched a youtube video and someone was mic'd up and they were talking to their friend who was in the background and RTXVoice was totally cancelling out the friends voice... it was kinda funny cause the friend was off camera and it looked like the guy was talking to him self. As soon as I disabled this I could hear the voice again. Its freaky how this works.
Also, enabling and disabling the option like this on the fly REALLY shows the compression that is used, you can hear quite distinctly the sound quality drop off. But the quality retained is still pretty damn good.
Works great on my 1070 gtx and discord, with about 10-15% GPU usage while in game and 1% while on voice browsing the web
Also for Sound blaster z audio card users like me, if you switch from speakers to headphones all you have to do for audio to work again is going to nvidia voice and select sound blaster z speakers after the switch and audio will work again.
Using latest Windows 10 insider build and nvidia drivers
Just watching a CSGO live tournament and enabled RTXVoice for speaker output and the software muted the game sounds and left the casters voices...... THIS SOFTWARE IS WEIRD. lol
I cant get the output to work on W7 or W10 with my Titan V.
Working on GTX 960! Thank you
It uses between 3% to 8% on Zoom. I am using GTX 960 2gb VRAM on Windows 10. It does wonders filtering incoming audio and also speaking
It uses about 1.8GB for me on W7!
For those having trouble after a restart the following fixed it for me.
Go to Control Panel -> Sound and leave this window open
(german windows appears)Now start RTX Voice
You will see that the "Nvidia RTX Voice Speakers" will appear but they are disabled (which was the problem in my case)
Now make a right click and enable it.
That fixed it for me. I restarted multiple time now before I posted this (made an account just to tell you)
You need to let it enabled but you can remove it as a default device
After some workaround, I can confirm it works great in a GT 840m.
I hesitate to even say this but.... This worked on my system and I have an amd rx580 as my main card and a cheap quadro k260 that I use for encoding in a 4x slot. It worked really well too, all the clatter from my cherry reds was gone. Nvidia is gonna be pissed b/c that quadro is $30 on ebay, lol.
RTX Voice would have to be written for OpenCL, CUDA code is completely different, I don't think MCUDA would work because its linux based and the driver RTX Voice uses will only work on windows.